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Questers Group Moves to First ‘Green’ Office Building in Bulgaria

22 Nov 2012

MOVE SUPPORTS BUSINESS GROWTH AND CLIENT’S SUSTAINABILITY TARGETS

At the beginning of this month Questers Group moved to Bulgaria’s first LEED certified* office building, in one of Sofia’s most dynamic business areas, close to the city centre.

The company’s Bulgarian headquarters have been constructed according to the latest technological and functional requirements for green, energy-efficient, and resilient office space. The building features reflective triple glazed windows, two independent power supply sources, use of reclaimed water from landscaped roofs, waste recycling, and bicycle storage, lockers and showers, to support staff who chose to cycle, walk or run to work.

The building will be home to around 300 staff who work for a number of leading UK, US and Swiss- based companies ranging from e-commerce and retail, encryption and security, media and digital recruitment, to hosting services organisations. The move was precipitated by business growth, with over 50 new consultants expected to start in the next few months. Questers is among the biggest providers of IT services resources within Eastern Europe.

Alexander Drangajov, Questers Group CEO, said: “With this move we are doubling our capacity so more companies can take advantage of our ‘As One’ resourcing. At the same time, the move means that clients can gain a contribution to their own sustainability reporting targets.”

* LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) LEED is an internationally recognized market-driven program, providing green buildings verification, being an acknowledged standard of measuring building sustainability. The benefits of such certification are numerous. Through the use of renewable energy sources, reduced water usage and solid waste Questers is aiming to achieve its own environmental goals.